I see a lot of airports and I do see some of them on a regular basis. During those visits you see the small changes that happen over the years. Sometimes its a revamped area, it might be a new restaurant. Small changes, but interesting. One of the changes at Seattle airport is the introduction of free WiFi. A great service that not many airports provide. To me it is great progress because it will allow me to work and hook up before there will be a longer black-out in communication. It makes life just that little bit easier when you are travelling. SEATAC did score some points there with me.
However, one issue is still not resolved: I need to have electricity to work as well. Airports are designed in a horrible way when it comes to working: there are no tables, no power plugs in convenient places, no nothing. That is annoying. It is a form of insensitivity that frustrates me. Even modern airports like Heathrow completely ignore my needs as a travelling business person. I like to work, and to (keep on) doing that throughout my travel I require electricity. People will seek it, making them do anything to get it, like this:
So airport management, please provide us with some power in a convenient way.